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MEAS Department Seminar

Speaker - Chelsie Bowman, Pennsylvania State University (PSU), hosted by E. Hyland Seminar Title - Thallium isotopes as a global paleo-redox proxy Please see your email for a Zoom link.

MEAS Spring Symposium

Registration is now open for the first annual MEAS spring symposium, which will take place in-person on Monday, April 25, in Hunt Library. The theme of this year's "MEASymposium" is (re)Connection. This event will bring together MEAS undergraduates, graduate students, postdocs, faculty, staff, and alumni to (re)connect across disciplines by sharing ongoing research, course developments, and…

M.S. Graduate Student Defense

1132 Jordan Hall 2800 Faucette Drive, Raleigh, NC

Speaker - Madeline Anderson,  MS - Marine Sciences Seminar Title - Co-occurrence of freshwater and marine phycotoxins: a record of domoic acid and microcystin in Bogue Sound, North Carolina (2015 to 2020) Location - 1132 Jordan Hall and via Zoom (please see your email for the link) Committee Chair- Astrid Schnetzer Committee Members - Dave…

MS Graduate Student Defense

1132 Jordan Hall 2800 Faucette Drive, Raleigh, NC

Speaker - Luke Friedman, Atmospheric Sciences Seminar Title - A Comparative Study of Atlantic Seasonal Accumulated Cyclone Energy and Tropical Cyclone Counts Location - 1132 Jordan Hall & via Zoom (please see your email for a link) Committee Chair - Lian Xie Committee Members - Anantha Aiyyer, Sarah Larson, Xipeng Shen

MEAS MS Graduate Student Defense

1132 Jordan Hall 2800 Faucette Drive, Raleigh, NC

Speaker - Trevor Campbell, Atmospheric Science Seminar Title - Self-Organizing Maps for Classifying Variability in Southeastern U.S. High-Shear, Low-CAPE Environments 1132 Jordan Hall & via Zoom. Please see your email for the Zoom link. Committee Chair: Gary Lackmann Committee Members: Matthew Parker, Sandra Yuter

MEAS PhD Graduate Student Defense

Speaker - Jacob Radford, Atmospheric Science Seminar Title- Maximizing the Utility of CAM Ensembles for Mesoscale Snowband Forecasts Location- 1132 Jordan Hall and via Zoom. Please see your email for a Zoom link. Committee Chair: Gary Lackmann Committee Members: Christopher Healey, Jean Goodwin, Sandra Yuter

MEAS (In-Person) Joint Seminar with the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering 

1216 Jordan Addition 2720 Faucette Drive, Raleigh, NC

Speaker - David Gubbins (University of Leeds), D.Gubbins@leeds.ac.uk, David Gubbins, (hosted by the MEAS Seminar Committee/S. Bishop) Seminar Title - What First Principles Calculations Tell Us About Earth Evolution Abstract - The Earth formed 4,500 million years ago and rapidly differentiated into rocky crust, mantle, and iron core. It has subsequently cooled slowly by solid state convection of the mantle and freezing…

MEAS Department Seminar

1216 Jordan Addition 2720 Faucette Drive, Raleigh, NC

Speaker - Xiaoming Liu, Associate Professor and Colin McMillan Fellow at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (hosted by A. Curry) Seminar Title - Geochemical Adventures at the Earth's Surface Bio - Dr. Xiao-Ming Liu is an Associate Professor and Colin McMillan Fellow at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Before joining the faculty…

MEAS Department Seminar

1216 Jordan Addition 2720 Faucette Drive, Raleigh, NC

Speaker - Richard Clark, 2022 American Meteorological Society President (hosted by R. Philbrick) Seminar Title - Blowin’ in the Wind:  Nocturnal Destabilization Associated with the Summertime Great Plains Low-Level Jet, and musings from the AMS President.  Please see your email for a Zoom link. Bio - Richard Clark is the 2022 AMS President and Fellow and…

CANCELLED – MEAS Department Seminar

1216 Jordan Addition 2720 Faucette Drive, Raleigh, NC

CANCELLED - to be rescheduled. Speaker - Stephen Bennett, JD,  The Demex Group, Co-Founder and Chief Climate Officer (hosted by G. Lackmann) Seminar Title - Making a Career of Chaos: Navigating Risks and Rewards for the Earth’s Critical Condition. Please see your email for a Zoom link. Abstract - Today’s undergraduate and graduate students will form a corps of professionals…